We refer to the animal in different ways depending on its age. The baby lamb is the youngest one with a month of life, it weights 5 or 6 kg once sacrificed and it has only been fed with milk. The milk-fed lamb is approximately 90 days old, it weights between 10 and 12 kg and besides the milk, it has had fodder or grass. We can also call this animal of this age and weight “light lamb”. The suckling lamb is the most consumed in Spain, it is more than 3 months old and it is fed with fodder or grass. At last, the oldest ovine is more than one year old and is rarely consumed in our country.